How Should I Start My Essay About Myself In Spanish

Hello Junkies,

Want to speak Spanish? Yes? Good – keep reading. This is for those that truly want to learn the language. Here’s how you introduce yourself in Spanish in 10 easy lines… and this might take you 2 to 3 minutes or less. With this lesson…

  • You get the Spanish phrases and translations.
  • Read out loud to practice your speaking.
  • Feel free to print this sheet out for extra review.

Here’s how you introduce yourself in Spanish. Let’s go.

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1) Hello, It’s nice to meet you.

Hello and Nice to meet you in Spanish are a must-know phrases. And any introduction will probably will start with these words.

  • Hola, es un placer conocerte.
  • Hello, it’s nice to meet you.

2) My name is _____.

This is simple. To say “my name is” in Spanish, you just need the word “Mi nombre es.” Then say your name. So, leave me a comment below and add your name. That will be your introduction!

  • Mi nombre es _____.
  • My name is _____.

3) I am from ______.

So, where are you from? America? Europe? Africa? Asia? Just stick the name of your country inside this phrase. We’ll use Mexico as an example.

  • Soy de México.
  • I’m from Mexico.

4) I live in ______.

What about now – where do you live? Just fill in the blank with the country or city (if famous) into this phrase. I’ll use Mexico City as an example since I used Mexico in the phrase before.

  • Yo vivo en la Ciudad de México.
  • I live in Mexico City

5) I’ve been learning Spanish for _____.

How long have you been learning Spanish for? A month? A year?

  • He estado aprendiendo español por un año.
  • I’ve been learning Spanish for a year.

6) I’m learning Spanish at _____.

Where are you learning Spanish? At school? At home? This would be a great line to know and use when you’re introducing yourself. Here’s my example:

  • Estoy aprendiendo español en SpanishPod101.com.
  • I’m learning Spanish at SpanishPod101.com.

7) I am ____ years old.

Here’s how to say how old you are in Spanish. You’ll need to know Spanish numbers, which are not that hard, for this.

  • Tengo 27 años de edad.
  • I’m 27 years old.

8) I am ______.

What about your position? Are you a student? Yoga teacher? Lawyer for the potato industry? Potato salesman? Super important question that people like to ask (and judge you about – Hey, I’m just a blogger!). Just use “soy” meaning “I’m” and add your position.

  • Soy maestro.
  • I’m a teacher.

9) One of my hobbies is _____.

Now, let’s move onto personal interests – hobbies! My hobbies are languages, linguajunkieing and such. How about you? You’ll definitely need this line when introducing yourself in Spanish.

Here’s an example to use:

  • Uno de mis pasatiempos es leer.
  • One of my hobbies is reading.

10) I enjoy listening to music.

Now, this is just another example line about your hobbies. You can use something else where.

  • Me gusta escuchar música.
  • I enjoy listening to music.

So now you know how to introduce yourself in Spanish in 10 lines. I’m sure there’s a ton more you can say – but this is an easy, simple start that any beginner can put to use. It’s all about starting easy.

See if you can introduce yourself below. Leave me a comment.

I read all comments!

Hope you enjoyed this!

– The Main Junkie

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Written by The Junkie

Linguajunkie is a junkie for languages. English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, German, Hebrew...with more on the way.

pronoun
1. (reflexive) 
Ouch! I hit myself with the hammer.¡Ay! Me pegué con el martillo.
2. (emphatic) 
c. mí mismo (masculine; used after a preposition) 
d. mí misma (feminine; used after a preposition) 
I told him myself.Se lo dije yo mismo.
I'm going to fix the computer myself.Voy a arreglar la computadora yo misma.
I'm going to do it for myself. Voy a hacerlo por mí mismo.
I can speak for myself.Puedo hablar por mí misma.
pronoun
1. (reflexive) 
I hurt myselfme hice daño
2. (emphatic; male) 
3. (female) 
I did all the work myselfyo mismo or yo solo hice todo el trabajo
I told her myselfse lo dije yo mismo
I'm not quite myself todayme siento un poco raro hoy hoy no estoy muy allá
4. (after preposition) 
I bought it for myselflo compré para mí
I live by myselfvivo solo
I realized I was talking to myselfme di cuenta de que estaba hablando solo
myself[maɪˈself]
1(reflexive)me
I've hurt myselfme he hecho daño;I couldn't see myself in the mirrorno pude verme en el espejo
2(emphatic)yo mismoamisma;amisma(after prep)mí;mí mismoamisma;amisma
I made it myselflo hice yo mismo;I went myselffui en persona;I talked mainly about myselfhablé principalmente de mí (mismo)
3(phrases)
by myselfsoloasola;asola
I did it all by myselflo hice yo solo;I don't like travelling by myselfno me gusta viajar solo;don't leave me all by myself!¡no me dejes aquí solo!
a beginner like myselfun principiante como yo
I'm not myselfno me encuentro nada bien
I was talking to myselfhablaba solo
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